After Deepika Padukone’s JNU row, brands may lie low
While some brands have said they are reducing the visibility of ads featuring Deepika in the short term, celebrity managers say future endorsement deals are expected to see clauses factoring in the risks involved with celebrities taking political stands that might anger administrations inclined to be vengeful.
Deepika Padukone should stay in Mumbai and dance: BJP MLA on actress' JNU visit
Madhya Pradesh Leader of Opposition and Bharatiya Janata Part...
Work on new education policy gained ground in 2019
Work on the BJP government's ambitious project -- the new education policy -- started with...
JNU row: Ramdev says Deepika should hire him as adviser
The yoga guru said Padukone should study social, political issues before making big decisions.
"Let us make new beginning": JNU Vice-Chancellor Jagadeesh M Kumar
New Delhi: The horrific mob attack on students and teachers of Delhi's JNU was "unfortunate and painful", Vice Chancellor Jagadeesh M Kumar ...
HC seeks response of police, WhatsApp, Google on plea to preserve data of JNU violence
The counsel said police has also written to WhatsApp to preserve data of two groups "Unity Against Left" and "Friends of RSS" including messages, pictures and videos and phone numbers of members, related to JNU violence incident.
What has changed in JNU is that students have started taking law in their own hands: JNU VC
All our senior wardens and dean of students are in touch. The entire hostel administration is doing everything possible.
Delhi Police briefs media over violence in JNU
Delhi Police PRO, MS Randhawa on JNU violence: The case is with Crime Branch now. Delhi Police's Joint CP Western range, Shalini Singh is th...
JNU violence: Amnesty International criticises Delhi Police for failing to protect students
The Delhi Police remained "shameful bystanders to mob brutality on students", Human rights organisation Amnesty International's Executive Director Avinash Kumar said. "Whether it be JNU or Jamia Millia University, the Delhi Police have repeatedly failed to protect the students peacefully protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act," he added.
JNU violence: Congress blames Modi govt, demands judicial probe
Congress has blamed the BJP government at the Centre for the violence unleashed by masked assailants against students and faculty of JNU campus on Sunday evening and demanded a judicial inquiry into the incident.
JNU violence: Protesters shifted from Gateway to Azad Maidan
People protesting against the JNU violence were evicted from Gateway of India in south Mumbai on Tuesday morning as roads were getting block...
JNU violence: Fascist surgical strike on students, says Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday condemned the assault on students and teachers of Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University (...
JNU violence: Students protest outside Delhi Police HQ
Students held protest outside Delhi Police headquarters at Delhi's ITO over violence inside campus. Students including professors received i...
Efforts are on to normalise situation of University: JNU Chief Proctor
New Delhi, Jan 06 (ANI): While speaking to ANI in Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Chief Proctor, Dhananjay Singh on Monday said tha...
Students boycotting exams will not be eligible to register in next semester: JNU
In JNU, evaluation of students is conducted in different modes — home assignments, quizzes, term papers, presentations, sessional examinations etc., the varsity said.
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